An interesting fact about this wine is its blend. It is made of 95% Tempranillo (red variety) and 5% Viury (white variety). The combination in wine of strains of other colors is very rare, but in this case it is intended to enhance the color and flavor of the Temparnillo. The wine has a fruity character with dominant aromas of cherries and berries, which are broken with notes of thyme, vanilla and cinnamon. It goes well with matured cold cuts, grilled meats and hard cheeses.
It tastes best when slightly chilled to 15 ° C.
The wine-making tradition in the Valdelana family goes back to 1634, when Mr. Pedro Valdelana produced the first wine from his estate. Back then, he was still doing it on a small scale and for his own use, but since then the family has been producing wine in the same place for 14 generations.